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Stages of Group Development

In group formation, there are several stages that groups typically go through to become cohesive and effective. These stages include: Which stage do you think

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Governance
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Awakening Voices

In the heart of Uganda and her youth, A silent cry echoes of rights denied and voices hushed, Soaring high in shadows cast by power’s

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Human Rights
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True Justice

What if public spaces were created with community in mind, embracing inclusivity for men, women, children, and people with disabilities? What if education was a

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African Literature
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Easter with Bread or Brew?

Last evening, as I was wrapping up things for the long weekend, a flood of memories from our childhood days in the village swept over

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African Literature
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Give African Authors A Break

It is important that we acknowledge African writers’ profound impact in reshaping perceptions, challenging oppressive regimes, and advocating for truth. Their works not only enrich

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The Flock\’s Final Amen

Pastor\’s Parting Blessing: A Look Back at Decades of Spiritual Leadership in Our Village. Last year ended with a deep monumental occasion in our village.

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Empowering Women in STEM

Celebrating Achievements & Encouraging Progress The world has undoubtedly become a better place, thanks to the remarkable strides made in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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In the Name of Humanity, Spare Homes from Demolitions.

In 2019, Githurai witnessed a significant demolition incident, followed by another in Kariobangi in 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic while it was rainy season. These large-scale demolitions left a lasting impact on the affected people, reshaping their livelihoods.

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From Taboo to Advocacy

Kenyan Voices for Suicide Decriminalization Not long ago, I stumbled upon a social media post on X (formerly Twitter) championing the idea of decriminalizing suicide.

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Human Mobility in Africa

Challenges Beyond Legislative Solutions Recently, I watched a documentary featuring Dudula, a South African collective actively ejecting foreign individuals, primarily Africans, due to their perception

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Redefining Mental Health

Professionals Connect Mental health is a pressing issue in our society today, affecting millions silently. In efforts to tackle this challenge, we invite you to

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Women Are Leading Change In Society

Transforming Society\’s Landscape\” Over time, society has undertaken efforts to empower women, recognizing historical disadvantages they\’ve faced compared to men. African literary figures like Kenya\’s

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Education Is Still The Key To Success

A Journey of Hope and Dreams Recently, we\’ve noticed instances of graduates who\’ve destroyed their certificates, some expressing their frustration on social media, several abandoning

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The MuemAction Post\’s Odyssey

A Journey of Dreams Realized and Milestones Achieved I\’m overjoyed to see this initiative gather over a thousand followers on both Facebook and X(formerly Twitter).

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The Locked Doors of Opportunity

The Youth\’s Struggle for Representation in Public Service As we celebrate this year\’s International Youth Day, it is paramount to engage in a discourse that

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Africa\’s True Liberation

Africa\’s True Liberation I find it challenging to understand the coups that occur in Africa. Some of them are believed to be orchestrated by former

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Decolonizing or Merely Customizing?

Decolonizing or Merely Customizing? Over the past six decades, Africa has been engaged in a relentless struggle against neocolonialism, with movements like pan-Africanism, organizations such

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AI, Killing Society?

AI, Killing Society? The dawn of the artificial intelligence (AI) era has revolutionized the world, bestowing machines with the ability to outperform human cognitive abilities

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It\’s Not About Ugali, Prof,

It\’s Not About Ugali, Prof, Professor Makau Mutua has written an article on Sunday Nation saying that Nairobi high-end restaurants are racist because he went

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Teargas, The Second Coming

Teargas, The Second Coming K24, through their daily free newspaper, the People Daily are reporting that the police who teargased pupils while in school at

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BONIFACE ON MASHUJAA DAY

Ground shaking message on Jamhuri Day from the Five-Star Secretary General. At MuemAction Post,we wish you a Happy Jamhuri Day.Thank you for keeping with us.

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TWIST AT HAILE SELASSIE AVENUE

Twist continues as Boniface Muema Wa Harrison now declares an advanced fight with the government over unfinished projects including the highly essential flyover along Haile

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BONIFACE IBL PROJECT

Social Work and Community Development is not only a course in the Department of Psychology and Human Development but also a general life experience. It

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SUCCESS WISHES

Boniface Muema Wa Harrison on his heels avoiding last minute rush so he can submit his high-spirited success wishes to all semester students in their

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SPEECH AT RIARA UNIVERSITY

Technical university of Kenya gets envied as Boniface Muema Wa Harrison gives a powerful keynote speech at Riara University during the Enterprise, Innovation and Clubs

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SPY ON MY WIFE

When he left the city to their rural residence for holidays, Boniface Muema Wa Harrison has not only come out on social media to display

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